"Jukebox Lullabye" as written by and Cacavas....
An unpaid bar tab
That's the best thing about the worst night
I ever had
Something tells me
No everyone tells me
She's not coming back
This time
I should phone her up
The last thing I remember
A jukebox lullaby
Singing ashes ashes from a four leafed clover
All fall down
All fall down
Ashes ashes
Someday I'll get over you somehow

Around my heart there's a wall
To protect it from this very fall
But I now I've grown
And I'll give you everything
Like blood from a stone
Now stone me and don't ask why
And play the one that makes me cry
It goes ashes ashes from a four leafed clover
All fall down
All fall down
Ashes ashes
Someday I'll get over you somehow

So before you go
Play it again
Here's a dime
But with a happy ending this time
This song never ends
And I dedicate it to all my friends
Ashes ashes from a four leafed clover
All fall down
All fall down
Someday I know
I'll get over you somehow
I'll get over you somehow
I'll get over you somehow


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"Jukebox Lullabye" as written by Christofer James Cacavas

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